All posts tagged "Alex Ross Perry"
Moviemaker Melee: Joel Potrykus and Nathan Silver Debate the Pros and Cons of Big City and Small Town MoviemakingMarch 20, 2019
Should you live and work in a big city or a small town? Should you stick...
New Film, New Challenge: How Alex Ross Perry Built Intricate Sets, Embraced Collaboration to Make Golden ExitsFebruary 22, 2018
Each film is about its own challenges. This doesn’t mean logistical hurdles but, rather, the challenge...
Threads of Melancholy: In Ensemble Piece Person to Person, Dustin Guy Defa Proves a Tonal ProwessJuly 28, 2017
With his new ensemble comedy, Person to Person, Dustin Guy Defa seems poised to break through...
Sundance 2017: 66 Feature Films in Competition and NEXT Sections AnnouncedNovember 30, 2016
The Sundance Film Festival today announced 66 feature selections from the Competition (U.S. and World) and...
Eye Piece: Alex Ross Perry’s Queen of Earth Wages Stare Wars in Super 16August 26, 2015
Wielding old grudges and fierce regrets as sharpened weapons, two women reassess their friendship in Queen...
MM Guide 2014
The Marriage of Character and Plot: Alex Ross Perry on ScreenwritingOctober 17, 2014
Listen Up Philip‘s writer-director, Alex Ross Perry, investigates the primary symbiosis of the writing process. A...
Park City 2014: Sundance Film Festival Diary, Entry FourJanuary 27, 2014
The final entry of Park City correspondent Jeff Meyers’ Sundance Film Festival Diary sees him working...-&url=https://www.moviemaker.com/park-city-2014-sundance-film-festival-diary-entry-four/', 'twitterShare', 'width=626,height=436'); return false;" title="Tweet This Post"> by Jeff Meyers